Player-focused Casino games developer Red Rake Gaming, based in Spain and Malta, has entered into an agreement with Meridianbet for the launch of their full portfolio of titles.
Meridianbet, a company with over 20 years’ experience founded in 2001, is one of the main casino operators in the Balkans and continues to expand their global reach into African and Latam regions.
Meridianbet have chosen Red Rake Gaming content to assist with their growth objectives giving their players access to Red Rake Gaming’s entire range of localised content and proven top-performing games. Titles including newest releases such as Tiki Goddess, a paradise where you can find ‘Tiki Collect’ with wins, multipliers, extra coins, respins and much more, Vikings Journey; with unique in reel action, Lucky Adam – the latest, ever popular 1 million ways to win genre game and Super 25 Stars which is the newest Super Series title to take the industry by storm. This has become a huge success on the global stage through its non-stop action, in-feature, and bonus games, proving to be a firm player favourite.
Red Rake Gaming continues to push the boundaries on game creation by thinking outside the box and implementing new and exciting game metrics across all markets. With a multitude of different game mathematics, genres, styles and feature games, Red Rake Gaming has ensured they are a must-have for committed operators across the iGaming space
Nick Barr, Managing Director for Red Rake Malta, commented on this collaboration, saying: “We are delighted to partner with Meridianbet and be a part of their growth across their key markets including the Balkans, Africa and Latin America. Meridianbet have been a leading force in the iGaming industry for many years and we are delighted they have chosen to partner with Red Rake Gaming. Red Rake Gaming are very focused on delivering localised content for any market across the globe with its diverse game metrics/genres/game sizes to ensure we have a top performing offering for all our clients and their growth strategies.”